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Best tasting Whey Protein for mixing with Skim Milk?
Old Fri, February 24th, 2012, 01:45 PM   #1
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Any help would be great if possible provide a link to the product. I used to use a chocolate mint type way back in 2005/2006 I am just getting back in the game and can't remember the brand I used to use so I am looking for suggestions to the following question:

Best tasting Whey Protein for mixing with Skim Milk? Also ideally doesn't taste terrible when mixed with water.

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Old Tue, March 6th, 2012, 12:00 PM   #2
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Any help would be great if possible provide a link to the product. I used to use a chocolate mint type way back in 2005/2006 I am just getting back in the game and can't remember the brand I used to use so I am looking for suggestions to the following question:

Best tasting Whey Protein for mixing with Skim Milk? Also ideally doesn't taste terrible when mixed with water.

Thanks all!
I'm a fan of Gold Standard. Personally, I use the vanilla creme, but I've heard the banana creme is also good. It's definitely not something I'd want for desert, but it's definitely not offensive, and depending on what you add to your shake (banana, almond butter, etc), it can be quite good. Not to mention, for the price, it's got an excellent profile.
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Have you tried Nitrean? I'm especially fond of the Nitrean Chocolate.
Easy to blend, tastes great with milk or water and get you 22g of protein in only 109 cal (1g fat, 3g carbs) for serving (30g).

http://www.atlargenutrition.com/products/nitrean-46c
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Old Tue, March 6th, 2012, 09:07 PM   #4
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I'm a fan of Gold Standard. Personally, I use the vanilla creme, but I've heard the banana creme is also good. It's definitely not something I'd want for desert, but it's definitely not offensive, and depending on what you add to your shake (banana, almond butter, etc), it can be quite good. Not to mention, for the price, it's got an excellent profile.
I highly recommend buying the 16 flavor sample pack from ON so you can try a lot of the flavors to find a favorite. My personal favorite was the mocha cappuccino.
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Old Fri, March 9th, 2012, 03:57 PM   #5
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Optimum Nutrition banana cream is crazy good. When mixed with milk it tastes exactly like a banana cream pie.
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Have you tried Nitrean? I'm especially fond of the Nitrean Chocolate.
Easy to blend, tastes great with milk or water and get you 22g of protein in only 109 cal (1g fat, 3g carbs) for serving (30g).

http://www.atlargenutrition.com/products/nitrean-46c
Thanks for the suggestion I used to use this but didn't really like it too much. I ended up taking a gamble and went with Dymatize Mint Chocolate and so far am enjoying it and it mixes very well I think the best at mixability I have had.
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so far BSN Syntha-6 Strawberry milkshake is the only one i can tolerate


i like it in my oatmeal
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One more recommendation: Optimum Nutrition mocha cappuccino. Excellent!
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add 2 scoop of concrete blue raspberry creatine to BSN Syntha-6 strawberry milkshake

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